FDA Officials Say They Have Found A Clear Link Between Tainted Heparin And 81 Deaths In US Gardiner Harris Washington: A contaminated blood thinner from China has been found in drug supplies in 11 countries, and federal officials said Monday they had discovered a clear link between the contaminant and severe reactions now associated with 81 deaths in the United States.

India's largest engineering and construction conglomerate L&T and state-owned National Hydro Power Corporation are working on forming a joint venture, even as the public sector firm received

Some members in the Avijit Sen committee on futures trading have raised objections to the panel's suggestion that ban on the futures trading of wheat, rice, tur and urad should continue. These members are of view that this ban is not justified, considering the fact that there is no evidence of any link between price rise and forward trading.

Ranbaxy on Tuesday said that it has entered into a business alliance with Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals, involving multiple geographies and therapies for both finished dosage formulations and active pharmaceutical ingredients (raw materials). However, sources said the option of acquiring additional equity in Orchid, and announcing an open offer at a later stage, could not be ruled out.

PM, Montek Sound Stern Action, Cos Deny Cartelization, Blame Input Cost As rising steel prices are fuelling inflation in a major way, PM Manmohan Singh on Tuesday warned the domestic steel industry, saying it should not take advantage of global surge in steel prices. He said steel companies should not take advantage of global market manipulations and go for short term windfall gains, which in turn put upward pressure on prices.

India will soon produce and provide the blood clotting proteins F8 and F9 free of cost to patients suffering from the world's oldest known hereditary bleeding disorder

As Delhi's temperature nears the 40-degree mark, the city is bracing for an uncomfortable summer. On Monday

Climate change is not a threat that only words can resolve. The need of the hour is action, and action that promises results in the next two to three years. Recognising the fact that climate change mitigation measures cannot be restricted to the level of the individual and need to be taken up seriously by corporate houses and communities, JSW and The Times of India have launched the

ASI has invited a team of epigraphy experts from Nagpur to study the inscriptions carved out on red sandstone Atop a small hillock off Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, the neglected but magnificent ruins of 14th century Tughlaqabad Fort rarely catch anybody's attention. But of late the fort surrounded by 10-15 metre high ramparts running across for 6.5 km has evoked much interest with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) unearthing several red sandstone slabs with inscriptions, in a recent excavation project inside an ancient baoli